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Aaron Gobert

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Aaron Gobert - Daytona SportBike  Race 2  Topeka  Kansas
Rider: Aaron Gobert
Nickname: Azza, The Comeback Kid
Nationality: Australian
Team: Goberts Motorsport Yamaha
Machine: Yamaha R6 (#96)
Born: November 7, 1980 in Sydney, Australia
Aaron Gobert is the brother of the infamous Go-Show. Born in Australia and imported to the US to become a profesional road racer in 2001, Gobert has had success here in the states. After an impressive 6th place finish in the 2001 AMA Formula Xtreme championship he gained experience over the next few years that led him to the 2004 AMA Superstock title with Yamaha.

Gobert won the 2004 AMA Superstock championship after working his way back to fitness, following injuries from a serious fall at Daytona two years earlier. To that end, Gobert scored six podiums in all, never finishing lower then seventh all season long. At the last race, at Virginia International Raceway, the pressure peaked with Gobert holding only a seven-point lead over teammate Jamie Hacking and competitor Tommy Hayden. With the pressure on, Gobert used his smarts to finish a controlling fourth, securing the championship.

Aaron Gobert Career Highlights
2010 - 4th Australian Supersport - Yamaha
2009 - 29th AMA Daytona SportBike - Aprilia
2009 - 16th AMA Superbike - Honda
2008 - 6th AMA Forumla Xtreme - Honda
2008 - 8th AMA Supersport - Honda
2007 - 5th AMA Formula Xtreme - Honda
2007 - 10th AMA Supersport - Honda
2006 - 4th AMA Formula Xtreme - Honda
2006 - 10th AMA Superstock - Honda
2005 - 9th AMA Superstock - Honda
2005 - 5th AMA Formula Xtreme - Honda
2005 - 6th AMA Supersport - Honda
2004 - 4th AMA Formula Xtreme - Honda 
2004 - 1st AMA Superstock - Honda
2004 - 3rd AMA Supersport - Honda
2003 - 6th AMA Supersport - Yamaha
2003 - 17th AMA Formula Xtreme - Yamaha
2002 - 27th AMA Supersport - Yamaha
2002 - 18th AMA Formula Xtreme - Yamaha
2001 - 10th AMA Supersport - Yamaha
2001 - 6th AMA Formula Xtreme - Yamaha
2000 - 1st Australian 250cc Production

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